SSBD

AcronymDefinition
SSBDSystematic Screening for Behavior Disorders
SSBDShaped Sonic Boom Demonstration
SSBDSubclinical Structural Brain Disease
SSBDSuper Smash Brothers Dojo (video game)
SSBDStafne Static Mandibular Bone Defect (anthropology)
SSBDSeparately by Surface Barrier Detector (physics)
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Table 1 Student Participants Stay Gender Ethnicity Grade Eligibility Diagnoses (weeks) Wilma Female White 10 OHI MD, ODD, 16 PTSD Joyce Female White 11 GENED BI, ODD 4 Preston Male Black 9 ED ADHD, 2 BI, CD WJ-III Reading WJ-III Writing Behavior Screeners (standard score) (standard score) SSBD SDQ Fluency Comp Fluency Samples Wilma Clin Ext Ab 118 92 108 98 Joyce Clin Int Ab 84 98 114 111 Preston Clin Int Border 96 78 81 102 Note.
The average volumes of SSBD increased in all quadrants of the brain, and the brain as a whole, between the time of the baseline and follow-up scans.
That observation is consistent with findings by other researchers that changes in SSBD volume are cerebrovascular in origin, according to the investigators (Am.
Thus, universal, proactive approaches to early detection such as the SSRS and SSBD enable at-risk students to be identified early on so that interventions can be designed and implemented when these students are more amenable to treatment.
Following this step, the two teachers practiced collecting data before collecting baseline data using the videos provided by the SSBD.
At Gate 2 of the SSBD, each student is rated by his/her teacher on both the SSBD Adaptive Behavior Scale and the SSBD Maladaptive Behavior Scale.
At Step 1, kindergarten and first grade teachers were provided with a definition and examples of externalizing and internalizing behavioral characteristics articulated in the ESP and SSBD.
The SSBD (Walker & Severson, 1992) is a cost-effective, validated, multiple-gating procedure used to identify elementary-age students with behavior disorders.
At Step 1, kindergarten and first-grade teachers were provided with a definition and examples of externalizing and internalizing behavioral characteristics articulated in the ESP and SSBD, respectively.
Because the SSBD is not intended for students younger than 6 years old, a companion screening instrument, the Early Screening Project (ESP; Walker, Severson, & Feil, 1995), was used to identify at-risk kindergarten students.
At Gate 4, pairs of eligible children were matched for gender, designated 1st-grade teacher, SSBD or TRF Internalizer or Externalizer, and TRF Total Problems score.
Each of the boys passed the three gates of the SSBD and informed parental consent was obtained for their participation in this study.